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Rotary Young Chef Competition
Each year Morden Rotary, in conjunction with the Taste Restaurant, Merton College hosts the Rotary Young Chef competition - a national event with district, regional and national finals.details
ROTARY CLUB of MORDEN
Statement of Compliance with GDPR
To comply with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) the Rotary Club of Morden (also known as MRC Morden) in all of its locations undertakes the processing and storage of all data held on behalf of friends of the organisation, donors, volunteers, employees, or any other individual or party only for its own information and benefit.
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RC Morden has adopted a policy to ensure compliance. Click HERE to download the document.
Message from the President
The Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Morden
This is my last input to the bulletin, the year has gone well and fast. As President I suppose we all look back to see how we have done and if we achieved what we set out to achieve.
My main aim was to try and increase the membership and my suggestion was to hold an open meeting and put flyers in public places like Libraries, clubs etc. At the relevant meeting it was suggested we target people rather than send these flyers out indiscriminately and after a lively meeting it was suggested we form a committee which is now up and running.
I was also hopeful that we could computerise the accounts and hopefully this will be done in the next year.
There have been some successes, we hosted the Regional final of the Young Chef competition on the campus of the South Thames College, Catering Department and Taste Restaurant, in the capable hands of our incoming President Margaret Sinclair and our first lady President and this was a huge success
We have also financed some projects to benefit schools in Tanzania under the supervision of John De Ronde and this has been a success. Hopefully John's article as to the work we financed and the result will eventually be published in the Rotary magazine.
We have donated to Charities and continued with the Dictionaries to some local schools, continued with the Christmas collections and the static collection at Lower Morden lane.
Let me also thank all the officers who helped me during my year as President - without you I could not have done it.
So we should be all looking forward to the In and Out party on 1st July and I'm sure we all wish Margaret the best for next year.
From your President .….. Jim
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(5th Thursday with partners. Contact Sec. 02083956766 for venue and time.)
The Morden Brook
Lower Morden Lane
Surrey SM4 4SS 0208 337 3071